Watch and Learn about the entire process of framing a wall and installing a window. Learn how to: -Frame a Window Header -Frame A Window Opening including the king studs, cripples, window sill. -Install siding around a window -Install flashing around a window -Install caulking or sealant around a window -Install the window -Install trim around the window -Caulk the window For Shed Plans to this and other sheds please visit our website at https://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html For more shed building videos check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/icreatablestv Subscribe to the icreatablestv channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=icreatablestv WARNING: These projects can be dangerous, posing risks of personal injury, or property damage, and in some cases, death. There may be the possibly other risks of which I am not fully aware. Use of video content and or website information is at your own risk.
Building a shed by yourself Front Elevation Designed with a cottage look, this small shed has clapboard siding on the front, a double door, a ramp to allow access for motorized yard equipment, a window to provide light, and a flower box for decoration. Side Elevations The two gable-end walls look nearly identical with white-cedar shingles, an overhanging eave, and PVC corner-board trim. One wall (below left) incorporates a metal utility door instead of a window and has a stone-paver landing outside the door. While the walls may look similar, they were constructed using different methods. See the gable-wall framing detail for more information. Foundation and Floor Framing The foundation is made with patio pavers set on compacted crushed stone. The floor framing is placed directly on the blocks flush to the outside edge. Sheathing is nailed and glued to framing. Floor and Roof Framing Detail The floor-joist framing and the roof-truss framing are nearly identical when looked at from plan view, and both have an outside perimeter of 8 ft. by 10 ft. Both have infill framing 24 in. on center. Rear Wall Construction Framing Detail The back wall is framed with 2x4 framing 16 in. on center. There are now windows or doors to interrupt the framing layout. There is a double top plate to help support the roof load and a single bottom plate to connect the wall to the floor framing. Studs are 85 in. to allow wall panels to extend from the top plate to 1/4 in. below floor framing. Siding Detail The rear siding consists 3/8-in.-thick OSB (oriented strand board) panels. The panels help to give the shed its shear strength while the exterior of the panel is textured with a barn-style rustic channel and is primed for painting. Front Wall Framing Detail Framing for the front wall has to accommodate an opening for the double doors and a window. The double-door opening gets a bearing header (see detail lower left). The window is sized to fit between studs 24 in. on center. This allows the window opening to use a non-load-bearing header and sill. Gable-Wall Framing Detail While the exterior of these gable walls looks similar, the framing varies considerably. The traditionally framed wall on the left incorporates a double top plate that overlaps the adjacent walls. Studs are 16 in. on center, and there is a non-load-bearing header above the door. The gable will eventually be made from a truss as part of the roof framing. The gable wall on the left uses a balloonframed approach; the studs are continuous from the bottom plate to the rake of the gable at the top plate. For a small shed like this, the structural attributes are nearly identical. Truss Framing Detail The roof trusses are constructed with 2x4 lumber to make up the bottom chord and two top chords (drawing right). The vertical blocking is necessary for the gable-end trusses to allow blocking for the wall sheathing. Plywood or OSB gussets (drawing lower right) are screwed to the 2x chords at the joints. To construct the trusses, draw the shape on the shed floor before the walls go up. Cut the pieces to fit on the shape, then fasten the gussets to make each truss rigid. Sheathing Detail With traditional 2x framing, plywood or OSB (oriented strand board) panels provide most of the strength to resist shear forces such as wind or the weight of the structure itself. To maximize the the strength, panels are staggered at the seams, fastened to the framing lumber at regular intervals such as 12 in. to 16 in., and are glued to the framing under the floor panels.
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I had about a day to make a simple Window and install it! It took me almost 5 months to find a time to get this done in a single day. I'm not really crazy on making extra fancy workshop projects. I just leave the extra effort for the projects where it really meters! think turned out great! Find me on Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/pinterwoodcrafts/ If you like my work please consider visiting my eBay store: http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/szila_uk2014?_trksid=p2047675.l2559 if you like my work I do here on YouTube please consider supporting my work. https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=J4J99MPUDGZPG
My new shop will have a lot of windows. In this episode I'm making window frames for the 4 that open. You can find both plans for those windows at my website http://thewoodpecker.net Alain Vaillancourt 2014 Music: Cold Funk - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Whiskey on the Mississippi - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Check out more of our videos and projects on http://countrylifeprojects.com The 8x10 and 10x12 shed plans for the shed built in these videos can be found here: https://countrylifeprojects.com/shedplan/ In this video Henry teaches you how to build roof rakes for your shed (the portion of roof that extends over the gable ends of the shed). Everything you need to know is included in our detailed instructions - some of the main parts covered in this roof rake tutorial are: - How to build roof rakes. - How assemble the roof rakes. - Most important, tips and tricks on how to install these roof rakes alone with no help if required. FREE PLANS FOR THE FASCIA/SOFFIT JIG in VIDEO 11... Download them at the following URL: http://countrylifeprojects.com/download-our-free-helping-hand-fascia-soffit-jig-plan/ View 15 all of our Shed Building videos on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/CountryLifeMedia/videos Our Shed Plans for this shed are available here: http://countrylifeprojects.com/shedplan/ We have more projects coming up in the spring of 2017, Don't miss them: Subscribe to the Country Life Projects channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=CountryLifeMedia Shed Design & Plans Copyright Countrylifeprojects.com - All Rights Reserved
Here is a video showing how I had to cut a hole in an existing wall of my shop and framed it out in order to install a window unit. Having AC in a shop completely changes how I feel about summer so to me, it was 100% worth it. Follow and support me here: Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/wilkerdos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilker_dos/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=257047 Website: https://www.wilkerdos.com/
an 73 years old man build's a 8x16 storage shed in 3 weeks
On the NSB Newton job, we see first hand how Tom Casey Lead Carpenter at NS Builders builds his window casings. We also observe his approach to trimming a window. This is not a standard how to but an opportunity to see a real project in motion. @nsbuilders on Instagram www.designbuildrepeat.com
Chris from http://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html teaches you how to build roof rafters for your shed or outbuilding. This video walks you through all the steps of building roof rafters including: Cutting the rafter boards to length. Cutting the birdsmouth. Building a jig on the shed floor to make sure all the rafters are exactly the same. Nailing on the gussets. This is the fourth video in our shed building series. Check out our other videos to learn all of the steps in building a backyard storage shed! For Shed Plans to this and other sheds please visit our website at https://www.icreatables.com/sheds/shed-plans.html For more Shed Building videos check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/icreatablestv Subscribe to the iCreatablestv channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?adduser=icreatablestv WARNING: These projects can be dangerous, posing risks of personal injury, or property damage, and in some cases, death. There may be the possibly other risks of which I am not fully aware. Use of video content and or website information is at your own risk. Thanks for watching!